Σάββατο, 23 Νοεμβρίου 2013

Steve Lieber Talks About "The Superior Foes of Spider-Man"

Comics in Greece:

We all love Spidey, that’s a fact. How did you manage to make the Sinister Six so appealing and fun to watch their adventures?

Steve Lieber:

Some of the funniest people I've ever known are complete and total jerks. A lot of what I do with the Sinister Six comes from watching them.

Comics in Greece:

We’re 5 issues in the series and we have only caught a glimpse of the Superior Spider-Man. Are we going to see more of him in the future? A major battle maybe between him and the Sinister Six?

Steve Lieber:
As things stand, I'm not sure if they're ready to take on the Superior Spider-Man. He certainly had no problem whooping them last time.

Comics in Greece:
Your panels are visual treat for the reader, and they progress the story in a playful way!  Was it your idea or the letterer’s, to use symbols when Beetle is tweeting and stuff like that?

Steve Lieber:
That stuff is mostly my idea. I've always loved playing with the language of comics. It's a super-efficient way to tell the reader things that would take up a lot of space if you had to work them into a traditionally composed panel. And somehow the attitude of doing it that way matches the attitude of Nick's scripts.

Comics in Greece:

What’s your favorite character to draw in the book? Any other characters that you would like to draw in the future?

Steve Lieber:
I love them all. But Speed Demon is probably my favorite. He's the biggest jerk of them all. Anything I can think of that's rude and wrong, I can probably show him doing it.  

Comics in Greece:
What’s your favorite part of your job in general?  

Steve Lieber:
The moment when I figure out the key to making a page or a scene work the way I want it to. When I puzzle out how to make a page work as storytelling and as piece of design at the same time, that's the best feeling in the world.  











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